JCA Education Programs
Keren Rhodes, School Principal
The JCA School is open to children ages 4-13 whose families are members of the synagogue.
Featuring small classes and dedicated teaching staff, the JCA School serves a diverse community of learners.
Cara Michelle Silverberg, Coordinator of Youth and Family Programs
413-256-0160 ext. 203 • Fax: 413-256-1588
To learn more about the JCA School, click here.
Our New Family Shabbat Engagement Plan
Opportunities abound for teens in grades 6-12 to get involved in social activities,
community service projects, informal educational offerings, and values-based programming.
To learn more about teen programming, click here.
Programming for young children is open to JCA members and non-members alike.
We offer a number of programs for families raising Jewish children up to 6 years old, including Tot Shabbat
and Havurah K'tana (Little Friends Circle).
To learn more about jcaTOTS programming, click here.
JCA offers both intergenerational education programs and programs geared to adults.
These offerings are designed to enrich Jewish practice and understanding and nurture
a spirit of community.
To learn more about intergenerational community education and adult education,
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